Precious Unborn Fawns, it was the 2011 Critics’ Choice Television Awards, an event that inspired neither gowns nor the employment of stylists, apparently. To be fair, almost everyone looked okay. Mostly boring looks, but very few disasters. Lets rip them anyway.
No ripping here; she looks hot. End of story.
She’s young and that’ll forgive a lot, even 1930s showgirl outfits.
Enh. The ruffle’s a bit much.
Not perfect, but definitely a step in the right direction.
Honey, never go out in J Lo’s leftovers.
Gorgeous color and perfect little dress, but the matchy-match toenails are giving us eye twitches.
We need to do a Sapphic Style Intervention because the requisite black power suit has gotten old. There are pant outfits for women that are much more chic and flattering than this middle management uniform.
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Totally unrecognizable. It’s a pretty and eye-catching dress, but she put so little work into the hair, makeup, and accessorizing that she looks invisible in it; like a faceless mannequin.
What’s with the “I Shot Andy Warhol” look and pose?
Here’s a little style tip from T Lo about proportion: Each leg is not supposed to appear twice as wide as your torso. Live it. Learn it.
Honeybear, no. While you are fondly remembered as Peg Bundy, we don’t recommend you actually appropriate her look all these years later.
Look, we’re all for gals in pants and gals in flats on the red carpet. Really. But she looks like a nun out of her habit and on the town for the day.
Beautiful dress that looks great on her. We wouldn’t have recommended platform pumps, but we’ll deal with it stoically.
Even if we forgive the dress that matches her skin tone exactly, we canNOT forgive her going out in Daisy Duck’s old shoes.
Open-toed suede booties in June. That’s a no.
Very Zooey, but also very cute. Black tights in June? Also a no.
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